Personalized Learning for the Millennial Generation (and Everyone Else)

According to the Pew Research Group, Millennials are the largest generational cohort in the workforce, but many of us are still trying to understand their […]

Technology in the workplace: How learning experiences are changing

If I asked you for the time, would you check on your analog wristwatch? Chances are if you are a millennial you wouldn’t, as you’re […]

The Learning Styles Myth

Some time ago, a colleague of mine wrote a blog called Learning Myths: Debunked, in which he stated that learning styles is a myth. Having […]

Why Multi Tasking Skills are Harmful for Students. Learn What Steps to Take

Seems like multitasking skills are such an irrevocable phenomenon today that every student faces while studying every day. Your to-do list is so overwhelmed with […]

Learning How to Learn Coursera Review

Anyone currently running their own business or looking to do so in the future needs to be constantly learning new processes and skills. So this […]

3 factors you need to consider before signing up for an online course

If you are  feeling overwhelmed by the number of courses available and are struggling to decide which one to take then we have just the thing […]

Video: Behind the Scenes of a Course Designer

Take a tour behind the scenes of a professional course designer, Dr. Kelly Edmonds, and how she scopes out, conceptualizes, designs, plans and builds an […]

Upcoming webinars from EDUCAUSE: Topics involve video, the Horizon Report, Instructional Design; VR & AR, teaching & learning

As teaching and learning spaces, technologies and applications continually evolve, it’s crucial to determine where we’re headed and what we hope to accomplish. EDUCAUSE, higher education’s […]

What skills do your current learning spaces develop in your students? How about these skills!

At the recent Next Generation Learning Spaces Conference, during one of the workshops, the question was asked: What skills do your current facilities promote/develop? A […]

Teachers & professors! Find out ahead of time where the problems are, then focus on those in your class.

    From DSC: For you ed tech vendors, programmers, and/or entrepreneurs out there, would you please create the software to do this? By the […]

“PLAY TO LEARN” WITH KARL KAPP

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Why Fun in Learning is Important

The idea of fun in learning can be a hard one to grasp. Do you remember the last time you sat down just to learn […]

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